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, neither. rachel. what? i don't know. me, neither. you know, you forget how many great songs heart had. yeah. yeah. you know, "barracuda" was the first song i learned to play on the keyboard. so you heard it, you repeated it... so that must mean... you wrote it. oh, you guys with this joke. look, i got to say, i know i cracked up but i'm not even sure i got it. what? you didn't get it? the doctor is a monkey. ( both laughing ) and monkeys can't write out prescriptions. ( both laughing ) you are not allowed to laugh at my joke. your joke? well, i think the hef would disagree which is why he sent me a check for $100. so you stole my joke, and you stole my money? you know... i was going to stick it in the atm but now i think i'll show the sexy teller that i am a published writer. well, she is going to know that you stole the joke. what are you going to do, follow me down there? yeah. well, i'm not going to go now anyway. okay. here you go. oh. uh... uh, gunther... i can't pay for this right now 'cause, uh, i'm not working so i've had to cut down on some luxuries like, uh... paying for stu
aspects of the state of israel. joining us are rachel a professional mediator and abby associate director of jewish community relations council. this is a wonderful initiative cosponsored by the jewish federation of marin and sonoma counties, jewish relations council and northern california rabbis. i am president of the board of rabbis so i am excited to talk to rachel, erin and abby. >>> thank you very having us. >> what is the year of civil discourse and why focus on israel? >> we are really excited about this project eric. we are launchling this because of controversy that brewed within the jewish community. we at jcrc are often -- most of our work is looking at community relations outside of the jewish community but the way in which our community dialogues about israel and other controversial matters has signaled to us we also need to focus at building bridges within the jewish community. we are launching initiatives to elevate the level of discourse within the jewish community on controversial issues. we heard from community leader who have felt verbally and physically attacked becau
or the go-gos, ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow and dressed normally, i see. good evening. >> i have my bubble suit coming up later. >> i had the meat shirt but i left it in the office. >>> thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. on tonight's show, as keith said, for the first time ever we shall broach the all-important world-changing subject of lady gaga. lady gaga now makes our news because she has started poaching rachel maddow show guests to take as her dates to awards shows. you know how people say we couldn't be more excited and they mean that as hyperbole? i don't mean it as hyperbole. we could not be more excited or our health would be at risk. we are very excited. that story is coming up later on this hour. we begin tonight with a new reminder of what is making this such a brilliant year for the news about the country's politics. america, meet karl paladino, seeking office of governor. republican voters have never heard of karl paladino but he is locked in a virtual dead heat as the nomination for governor with a candidate named rick lazio, a person
katherine howard, lindsey, rachel herbert and then jamie whitaker in that order, please. >> good afternoon again, commissioners, katherine howard. i'll take off my early 1900's hat with a feather and put on my 21st century hat for the golden gate park preservation alliance. there will be a meeting on september 23 at 7:00 p.m. at the senior center on fulton street and 37th avenue to talk about the west side water treatment plant and the environmental impact report. this plant will build a 40,000 square feet of buildings in one corner of golden gate park. the tallest building will be 30 feet in height. there will be new paving for the entry road and parking, nightlighting and gates. the purpose it is to use the aquifer water for drinking and treated water from the oceanside waste water plant for irrigation. we would like the people to come. we'd like the people to comment on the e. the i.r. and to turn in written comments. there's more information on our website. we are particularly concerned because the plant is being built above ground in gold epigate park where the master plan says it is
officer in the town of liberal kansas is in kansas. ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> the best thing is that it has this craziness happens. liberal, really? >> reality has a well-known liberal bias. >> we begin tonight with an update on the biggest story in the country. that, of course, is hurricane earl. the category 2 hurricane bearing down on north carolina's outer banks with winds up to 110 miles per hour and a possible storm surge of 3 to 5 feet. hurricane earl's projected path sends it right up the east coast, hitting long island and then cape cod tomorrow night and into saturday morning. the last time the east coast was so threatened by a storm that looked anything like this, it was nearly 20 years ago in 1991. hurricane bob, which the national weather service blames for $620 million worth of damage and six deaths in the northeast. hurricane earl beginning to affect the outer banks right now. nbc's al roker is in kill devil hills, north carolina tonight. mr. roker, thank you very much for being with us. what can you tell us about what's happe
is about to catch up with her on msnbc, ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening. who are your special guests tonight? >> my special guests tonight include -- >> chris matthews and lorenz o'donnell. >> keith olbermann and lawrence o'donnell and chris matthews all coming up in just a second. can you hold on for a moment before i come back to you? >> i'll just wait here. thanks for staying us with at home on what promises tock a very, very business election night. the last big night of primaries for this year's elections. tonight's the night we learn the final matchups. with news from new york, new hampshire, delaware, maryland, massachusetts, rhode island, wisconsin, and the district of columbia. will insurgent conservative movement candidates keep picking off the republican establishment? will the sharron angle and rand pauls of this election year have more company as candidates no one can quite believe keep winning major party nominations for major political office. >> you can't masturbate without lust. >> oh dear. tonight's results from the delaware senate primary wi
and gentlemen, here is the invaluable rachel maddow. evening, rachel. >> invaluable. thank you very much. >> well, it's not me saying that, that was the deputy press secretary who said that. >> well, you too are invaluable if i remember the quote correctly, keith. >> well, i wasn't going to point that out, but thank you for doing so. >> well done and very subtle. thank you, keith, and thank you at home for staying with us for the next hour. during which, i hereby promise we will talk about white supremacist football. white supremacist football and its connection to one insane new york congressional race. do not try this at home. this is stunt wing nutry to be handled by professionals only. you are in good handle this. white supremacist football is coming up later on this hour. >>> but we begin tonight at the university of wisconsin in madison. where president obama has just launched a new get out the vote effort. simulcast. when the president spoke at this same wisconsin campus in early 2008 during the presidential primaries, the 17,000 strong crowd that turned out to see him that night
wanted to stay in our samhbore neigod. kathy said, "well, let me give you rachel's number." rachel just made it effortless. i didn't have to do anof tra work. rachel did it for me. extremely friendly... easy. extremeli'll say, "i need this," eawe'd say here it is, and she says, "great. let me get back to you." so she spent a lot more time with me on the phone, face-to-face. she knows that's what my personality is rand what i prefer. whereas if it was somebody else... li t me. like tina. i'm on the computer all the time. it was emails and emails and faxes. she was just willing to do it the way we did it. clients i work with develop a relationship that lasts well beyond closing their loan. middle of the day at work i'd be emailing her. i don't know what to do. she's like, "don't worry. i got it." y i don't want to say brainless, 'cause i'm smart, but i didn't have to think about any of it. easy. easyro. easy. the whole loan process was simple and convenient! that's why i love quicken loans! ♪ >>> good morning, everyone. welcacome back. let's take you back to new york city. we are coming
was battling cancer. >>> dirty, sexy politics is the name of meghan mccain's new book and she talked to rachel maddow right here. she was doing some sarah palin bashing, as well. last night she said she wanted to talk to rachel because republicans shouldn't just appear on fox news. she said both parties should work with everyone and talk to everyone. >> i know what it feels like to be alienated. i talk very candidly on how i felt alienated on the campaign. whe i worry about the direction of politics in general. we're so polarized and i think it's a very scary place. >> you can watch rachel maddow right here weeknights on msnbc. >>> the judge, i'm sure, didn't mean it as a compliment when he compared snooki to lindsay lohan. the reality star's sentence is lighter, but the judge warned snooki she is on a self-indulge self-indulgent, self-destructive path. jeff rossen who has been waiting patiently to tell this story. >> i will wait hours to talk about snooki. you have to understand the background here to understand why she was sentenced. back in july she was drunk on the beach, the jersey shore,
now very, very necessary in america before it's too late. >> msnbc's rachel maddow joining us this hour to discuss this and more. >>> new questions about the president's timetable and strategy for afghanistan. >>> in a league of his own, nfl star goes back to his childhood home to help one of the poorest countries in the world. it is a story you have to see to believe. >>> good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in new york today. the pastor of a tiny church in florida could be in sighting a holy war against the islamic world if he sticks to his plan to burn korans on 9/11. >> i am definitely a radical but not in that sense. i am not promoting the changing of the constitution. i am not promoting the killing of çpeople. i am radical in the sense that i believe the bible to be the word of god. i believe jesus christ is the only way to salvation, to forgiveness. >> a short time ago a 9/11 families group issued a statement calling jones' plan unacceptable and, quote, abhorrent" and an as a result to victims of 9/11 and the many brave individuals who have risen in the defense of our n
warren with elizabeth warren, ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening. >> thank you for that. have a good weekend. >>> thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. today was a day in politics for conservatives to let their freak flag fly. the values voters summit, the first post primary win d.c. appearance for would be sarah palin 2.0 christine o'donnell, plus a window opening wide on to the gay people can be cured activism of ms. o'donnell. all that coming up this hour. plus a piece of tape that convulsed "the rachel maddow show" newsroom today for an entire hour and left us all unable to work, talk or in some cases breathe like humans are supposed to breathe. that's all coming up over the course of this friday night show. but we begin with what will be the deciding factor in this year's elections. the one issue that is most likely to determine which party controls congress next year. for all there is to love and hate and obsess about in politics, the determinative truth looming over any predictions about elections is that in the end, the economy bas
is in his own personal battle with islam, ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow! good evening! >> it's as if -- >> rachel! >> yes. >> i was finishing my previous sentence. >> it is as if you are on some sort of electronic server, my friend. >> what? >> what? yes. thank you, keith. i hope you have a relaxing weekend. >> i hope so, too. >> thank you. we begin tonight -- we begin tonight with the president taking an unequivocal and impassioned stand. >> i will do everything that i can, as long as i am president of the united states to remind the american people that we are one nation, under god. and we may call that god different names, but we remain one nation. we are not at war against islam. we are at war against terrorist organizations that have distorted islam, or falsely used the banner of islam to engage in their destructive acts. and we've got to be clear about that. we've got to be clear about that, because if we're going to successfully reduce the terrorist threat, then we need all the allies we can get. the folks who are most interested in a war between the united states or t
and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. >> go east, indeed. thank you. have a great weekend. >> you too. >> thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour as well. how about a bit of big breaking news? late on a friday. a federal judge appointed by president george w. bush in 2002 has issued a federal court ruling late today, essentially dismantling the don't ask, don't tell policy. this is the second very strong federal court ruling against the military's gay ban in less than a month. the plaintiff in this case has not done a national tv interview before. she'll be joining us in just a moment for an exclusive discussion along with someone whose face will be familiar to those of you following our coverage of this issue over the last seven weeks or so. excuse me, over the last year or so. the last seven weeks or so have been an unbelievably good seven weeks for gay rights in america. at least on paper. the proposition that removed existing same sex marriage rights after couples had already been married in california, the prop eight case, prop eight struck down as unconstitutional seven
makes our news because she has started poaching rachel maddow show guests to take as her dates to awards shows. you know how people say we couldn't be more excited and they mean that as hyperbole? i don't mean it as hyperbole. we could not be more excited or our health would be at risk. we are very excited. that story is coming up later on this hour. we begin tonight with a new reminder of what is making this such a brilliant year for the news about the country's politics. america, meet karl paladino, seeking office of governor. republican voters have never heard of karl paladino but he is locked in a virtual dead heat as the nomination for governor with a candidate named rick lazio, a person they have turned to again and again in new york. most recently he ran and lost very badly against hillary clinton in the year 2000 senate race this year, possibly by default, the state party tapped mr. lazio to run again, this time for new york state governor. now for mr. lazio, winning the general election against the probable democratic nominee, andrew cuomo, might prove to be as futile as his rac
economic future here at home. joining me now, chris matthews, host of msnbc's "hardball" and rachel maddow, host of "the rachel maddow show." my contention is that's an economic speech that happened to be entitled "iraq." what do you think? >> i think that the president is trying to make a very political point in a very un-political way. this speech really was in terms of partisan stuff, in terms of how this war was started, in terms of what the bush administration did to get us in this war, it was incredibly restrained, even more than restrained, it was remarkably generous, a bury the hatchet, turn the page kind of speech. but he's bringing it home, that we had to borrow all this money to fight these wars and it was incredibly financially irresponsible to do it. it was a much less charged accusation toward the last administration and allows him to talk about the stuff he would rather be talking about, which is not george bush, but what we need to know now on his economic agenda. >> but chris, is it, in fact, that subtle? because he said the first line of this after the good evening was, i
to discuss joe biden's senate seat with joe biden, rachel maddow. good booking, rachel? the republican nomination for senate from delaware, but i will remember where i was. i was here on msnbc 24 hours ago. and in the wake of that ever lasting gobsmacker, i traveled from our home studios in new york here to washington, d.c. for the rare opportunity to sit down with the man who for a very long time -- a long, long, long time -- held the senate seat that christine o'donnell now wants. tonight my sit-down with vice president joe biden. the vice president had plenty to say about the delaware senate race. a pretty bold assessment of the possible repeal of don't ask, don't tell. and some very direct talk for the democratic base. >> one reason i want to be on your show is to tell the progressives out there, you know, get in gear, man. >> having just given away why the vice president would agree to spend a good part of his day with me today. we will get to the rest of what he had to say about christine o'donnell in delaware, the republican party this year, don't ask, don't tell, and how you ou
website and why, ladies and gentlemen, the song stylings of rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> good evening, keith. you know, the network is still on the air, everything's okay, no glass broke. i think this singing thing might catch on. >> not on your life. just once. >> all right. we'll just keep doing it in the halls. >> okay, great. >> cheers. thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour as well. we do have a lot more ahead about don't ask, don't tell, lady gaga, the big day tomorrow, and the wrench that senator john mccain is so lustily throwing into the works on this issue. a report from the scene of today's rally with u.s. air force major mike elmi, and from capitol hill on what could be another filibuster eve. and there are two big reasons why thursday is a day to mark on your electoral calendar. it should favor democrats and howard dean will help us explain. that's all to come. >>> but first, when a political candidate comes from outside mainstream politics and that candidate gets nominated to represent a major party, and part of that candidate's appeal is tha
disaster in the gulf. now commemorating politics here is rachel maddow. >> thank you very much for that. thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. we begin tonight with what they said could never be done. they said that wedge issues only wedge one way. if you are a democratic politician, if you've got a culture warrior opponent, you essentially just have to take it. they can win points with their base for being super antiabortion, super antigay and all the rest but there is no way that you as a liberal, you as a democrat can raise those issues from the other side. sorry. you just can't do it. don't bother. you can campaign against reproductive rights. republicans have made an art form of that in recent years but you can't campaign for reproductive rights. that just can't be done. this is how the culture war has settled out over the past decade or so. campaign all you want against all sorts of civil libertarian issues. you can campaign against gay people. you can campaign against religious freedom for anyone who is not your particular brand of christian. you can campai
, it didn't work. and it won't work this time. it will work if we're silent. >> don't miss "the rachel maddow show" weeknights at 9:00 eastern on msnbc. >>> families who believe their loved ones were in their final resting places at arlington national cemetery have just learned that's not the case. at least two people were buried in wrong graves. remains have been exhumed from the military cemetery following an army report detailing mismanagement that led to the mishandling of over 200 graves. a later senate report put that number up to 6,600. >>> in an nbc news exclusive, chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell was granted an interview inside the presidential palace in tehran wednesday with iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad. they talked about the fate of the american hikers held in iran, ahmadinejad wanted people to know that sarah shourd had been released on compassionate grounds. but when it came to tough questions on whether the two other american hikers still in jail and yesterday's international criticism of iraq's nuclear program, ahmadinejad remained defiant. be
miguel: thank you. leachan lee, emily lee, billy huey, rachel ubarra. >> good afternoon, commissioners. my name is emily lee, i'm a community organizer at the chinese progressive association. we work with low-income chinese immigrant folks in san francisco, many of whom don't have access to affordable healthcare. our community supports the alternative of having a bigger st. luke's hospital with smaller cathedral hill hospital. we believe the draft e. i.r. is infleet in adequately -- incomplete. initially, the draft e.i.r. does not refer to some elements of the general plan, it doesn't address the commerce and industry element, objective 7, policy element that states that the city seeks to promote health and educational services to all districts in the city and acknowledges that the clustering of health facilities in few areas creates problems such as limiting the access of residents in other parts of the city to the healthcare and employment opportunities that these major institutions offer so the city should encourage the decentralization of major institutional cities to other areas o
, good night and good luck. ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. good evening. >> thank you and thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. happy day after labor day, everybody. as the day after labor day, today is officially two things. it is the first day on which it is no longer okay to wear white. i'm talking to you. i can see you. it's also this. >> unofficial end of summer means the 2o 10 campaign season is in full swing. >> kicking into high gear with the official mark of labor day. >> it's the kickoff of the campaign season. >> labor day signals the start of the campaign season. >> welcome to the campaign season. >> i don't know why it's true, but it's always true n. any election year no matter what else happened all year, for some reason, labor day or the day after is when everybody agrees that the campaign season is in top gear. this is not one of the things where it's the common wisdom, it's not true. all you have to do is verify it is look at the president's schedule and know that the campaign season is in top gear. you don't have to close your e
have long been slain at the environmental health and justice, from rachel to louis and the family of love canal. to the women of india and around the world fighting to clean up dangerously contaminated community. today more women have more power than ever before, especially more economic power and political power, women can shift the balance of power and change the face of the future. we are the once we have been waiting for as the poet june jordan. if we can bring ourselves to great clarity as to cause and effect. the environment is us, it is our wombs, our breast milk and families. our children to thrive in our bodies, unpolluted. the beauty industry and on to the next clean up project, the plastic industry, oil and war industries, too until there are no more toxic chemicals in babies, no more rocket fuel in breast milk or communities burdened by pollution. that is the work before us and that is what we are here to do and thank you so much for joining me for beauty and make over. >> i would like to tell you my experience -- when i first came here, i was the first philippino libr
of the country by the end of 2011. last night on the "rachel maddow show," vice president joe biden talked about the u.s. civilian commitment to iraq and what the future holds for the end of "operation new dawn." >> when we leave iraq next year, we are not -- we are leaving militarily, but we are significantly ramping up our civilian presence. i mean significantly. and we are working -- i conduct a meeting once a month with our folks in iraq as well as with our every cabinet member. i have the secretary of commerce, the secretary of education, the secretary of treasury, the secretary of agriculture. we're all there working now with the iraqis, providing for the ability to help them build their institutions so they can function, including how to make the electric grid function. so that say process. we're not walking away from that. we are increasing our civilian commitment, and we're trying to work out what they call a, you know, a strategic arrangement long term with them that is not military but it is on the civilian side. >> you don't want to miss rachel maddow's unique take on politics and al
pete. the filly that turned everyone's head. rachel alexandra has run her last race. the famous wine maker and owner has decided to retire her as a 3-year-old rachel alexandra won all eight starts beating the boys three times and this year, she won only two of the five starts and he said, she owes us nothing and he plans to mate her with two time horse of the year, curling to this in a few years we'll see another curl iing or rachel alexandra horse at the freak next. >> okay. toms up next to look at the old gibbs canning company. today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you. bob ehrlich's real record on energy. lobbyists helped write utility regulations. we got stuck with a 72% rate hike. but martin o'malley got tough on bge, forcing them to pay back $2 b
time tonight. >> it's good to be with you, rachel. >> i butted together there the segments from all of these different dccc ads talking about republicans as tax raisers. i got to say this strategy makes no sense to me. >> well, rachel, as you know we're running ads all over the country. we've got more than 50 races where there are going to be different ads and some are on social security and medicare. some are on making sure that we call the republicans out on their refusal to end tax breaks that support multinational corporations that ship our jobs overseas and some relate to this issue where republicans have essentially said they want to reduce the taxes for the folks at the very top. in other words they don't want to have an income tax. instead they want to raise the sales taxes on everybody else. so any time you go to the store and buy something, you're going to have to pay a tax and at the same time they would reduce the tax rates for the folks at the very, very top, which is clearly unfair. now, i heard what you had to say in your lead-in here. i should say that both in 2006 a
is rachel maddow. >> in politics and news and civil rights, it has been a very, very big day. 17 years and coming. today was going to be it. the beginning of the end of "don't ask, don't tell." surprise. the push for repeal went kersplat on the floor of the senate. jim webb votes with the democrats. another surprise, senators pryor and blanche lincoln vote with the republicans. the bottom line is no progress against "don't ask, don't tell." not today. all the political and practical details with msnbc's lawrence o'donnell. and "don't ask, don't tell" expert nathaniel frank. >>> and this jaw-dropping exchange between senator john mccain and a reporter. >> find out if someone -- i don't know if they are. they do not. they do not. they do not. you can say they are. >> that is the case, senator. >> major mike almy joins us live. >>> and the senator standing for reelection by write-in scores a sad own goal against her own campaign. the "the rachel maddow show" starts right now. >>> today in the united states senate, language in the defense authorization bill that would let the military "don
attempting to mess with the vets. ladies and gentlemen, here's rachel maddow. good evening, rachel. >> i appreciate you taking a break from counting your rare gold antique coins to join us on tv today. >> gold coins. you know what else? they have chocolate in the middle. >> the great scandal of 2010. thank you, keith. >>> thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. we begin tonight with the great unveiling. house republicans held their big take your jacket off photo op today to prevent their agenda for this election year. it was a bit of a flop. not in terms of the photo-op. the photo-op looks awesome. the blue shirts, it's amazing. no problem there. but the reception it received, that greeted it upon arrival was blunt and not positive. their big election year pledge was called, drek and pablum and full of glaring contradictions. also, milquetoast. those were things from people on the right. those terms were from the most popular, heavily trafficked red wing blog, red state and for the club for growth. for all the criticism on the right, if you are in the business of try
to prevent health care reform -- the way the world works -- ladies and gentlemen, here is rachel maddow. >> good evening, keith. i want to apologize for getting carried away and filibustering earlier in response to the speech. i couldn't stop myself from talking. >> i don't recall that at all. >> very good. that means the hook i felt from the other side of the room must have come from someone other than you. >> i'm hook free. >> thank you, keith. really appreciate it. good evening from new york. and good morning, baghdad. it is already tomorrow in iraq, which means that it is the end of america's iraq war, which started there 7 1/2 years ago, for this reason. >> we know that iraq and al qaeda have had high-level contacts that go back a decade. we've learned that iraq has trained al qaeda members in bomb making and poisons and deadly gases. iraq has sent bomb making and document forgery experts to work with al qaeda. iraq has also provided al qaeda with chemical and biological weapons training. >> he's a threat because he is dealing with al qaeda. >> iraq was linked to al qaeda, and ther
, it was a 7.4 magnitude quake that shook not that long ago, let's get right to rachel kerr who joins us on the phone. rachel is a reporter for radio live new zealand. and rachel, i understand that you've been driving around now that it's light, what have you seen? >> reporter: i'm suddenly able to see a whole lot more. when the earthquake struck it was pitch black, so we had no idea what was going on, the power was cut off. the sun has risen and we can now see that there's been quite extensive damage to some of the older historic buildings and new buildings. and a lot of people are now going into the city to have a look at the buildings and see what's happening even though they've been advised not to. >> rachel, we have heard reports from hospitals, there was a public hospital, several private ones have been inundated with injuries, what do you know along those lines? >> i'm actually just sitting outside a hospital right now, i have had a chat to some of the nurses, they said they are really busy, but it's nothing they can't handle and thank goodness there's no severe injuries. they sai
is rachel maddow. >> good evening, keith. thanks very much for that. and thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. there is so much going on in politics right now that the staff of this show produced roughly 2 1/2 complete shows over the course of the day today in an effort to try to cover it all. what has actually made the cut for this hour is, one, an update on don't ask, don't tell. the next step toward ending the military's gay ban could happen as soon as tomorrow. we will explain. number two, the republican party is releasing its election year agenda tomorrow. that agenda leaked tonight. so we have seen it. the headline is that it totally avoids the blockbuster change-the-country policy idea that all of its high-profile candidates are actually running on this year. and number three, new reporting on "c" street. if you have been wondering what that quasi-religious super-shadowy having affairs on their wives while thumping their bibles bunch has been up to recently, there is an answer to that question. we've got it with jeff sharlet. that is all ahead this hour. >>> b
'm keith olbermann. thank you and good luck. ladies and gentlemen, here is rach rachel maddow. >> thank you, keith. i couldn't stop myself from talking. >> i don't recall that at all. >> very good. that means the hook that i fell from on the other side of the room must have come from someone other than you. >> thank you, keith. really appreciate it. good evening from new york. and good morning baghdad. it is already tomorrow in iraq, which means that it is the end of america's iraq war, which started there 7 1/2 years ago for this reason. >> we've learned that iraq has trained members in bomb making and poisons and deadly gases. >> iraq has provided with biological weapons training. >> he's a threat because he's dealing with al qaeda. >> iraq was linked to al qaeda and therefore to 9/11 and therefore we had to invade iraq. none of that was true. so when those rationals stopped passing the smell test, the bush administration decided to sell the american people instead on another justification for invading iraq. >> simply stated, there is no doubt that iran has weapons of mass destruction and
why republicans aren't endorsing other republicans ladies and gentlemen here is rachel maddow. good evening. >>> thank you. and thanks to you at home for staying with us for the next hour. happy day after labor day, everybody. as the day after labor day, today is officially two things. it is the first day on which it is no longer okay to wear white. i'm talking to you. yes, i can see you. it's also this. >> unofficial end of summer means the 2010 campaign season is now in full swing. >> campaign season kicking into high gear today with the arrival of labor day. >> labor day typically marks the unofficial kickoff of the mid-term campaign season. >> labor day of course signals the official start of the campaign season. >> welcome to the beginning of the fall campaign season. >> i do not know why it is true but it is always true. in any election year no matter what else has happened all year long for some reason labor day or the day after labor day is when everybody agrees that the campaign season is in top gear. and this is not one of those things where because it's the common wisdom
is rachel maddow. good evening. >> the mice and men jokes write themselves. it's almost impossible to avoid them. >> she is a gold mine. between that and the other jokes. >> i know. i know exactly what you mean. i thought sharron angle was as good as it got, baby. not true. >> yesterday news, sharron angle. >> thank you, keith. appreciate it. >>> thanks to you for staying with us at home for the next hour. after a day or so of marching out of step and hath each other for it, republicans today got in line. right behind their senate candidate in delaware, christine o'donnell. which means they are plating their political trough with christine o'donnell just as the country is learning lots, lots, lots, lots, lots more about christine o'donnell. >> there's also the issue of murder with vincent foster. >> we'll also tonight have more of my exclusive interview with the vice president of the united states, joseph biden. and there is a political mailer out there that smells like garbage. it has been sent to republican voters. i have a theory it may be art. that's coming up all this hour. >>> we begi
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